Rajasthan has always been a great travel destination for me. Every year, I take 2-3 trips to this Royal State and realise that each city is quite different from the other despite having 2 things in common- lakes and forts. This time, I chose to go solo to the Blue City, Jodhpur. The Rhapsody in Blue is the second largest city of the state, and is also called the Gateway to Thar because it is exactly located on the edge of this desert. This majestic city, also known as the Sun City, has a lot to offer apart from its rich history, culture and tradition.
The best part about this journey was that I didn’t have to spend a lot. I stayed in a hostel, which is a heritage property. Along with being pocket-friendly, I also made new friends there from different parts of the world and observed how the meaning of travelling and the reasons why we travel are different for all of us. Also, I didn’t spend much on food there. You can try a variety of delicious food in Jodhpur at cheap prices.
If you are also willing to travel to this vibrant city and want to do it on a shoestring budget, then have a look at my 2-day Jodhpur itinerary.